Jump to navigation Jump to main content. Madison Public Library provides many opportunities for adults to learn a new skill or tool, in group workshops or with one-on-one instruction and assistance. Contact us at community madisonpubliclibrary.
Providing support, education and advocacy for those affected by Alzheimer's Disease and other dementias. Provides innovative services dedicated to strengthening and improving the lives of youth, their families, and our community. High Point Road, Ste.
We offer programs and services for returning adult and nontraditional students, University Special students, and adults considering a career change. We are also the front door to the Division of Continuing Studies. ACSSS serves more than 10, people each year, offering comprehensive assistance for returning adult and nontraditional degree students, help with career transition, and outreach to employers.
One in five youth and young adults live with a mental health condition. This fact sheet educates readers about the ten common warning signs of mental illness, what to say to someone you are worried about, and what to do if you or a friend need help. This fact sheet provides tips on finding the right specialist, how to make your first appointment count, what questions to ask, ways to stay engaged in your treatment plan, and wellness strategies to incorporate into your daily life.
Our Adult Resource Directory lists providers for employment services, housing, diagnostic evaluations and more. Print or download a copy of the Adult Resource Directory. Would you like to be included in this listing?
ADRCs are friendly, welcoming places where anyone — individuals, concerned families or friends, or professionals working with issues related to aging or disabilities — can go for information tailored to their situation. The ADRC provides information on broad range of programs and services, helps people understand the various long term care options available to them, helps people apply for programs and benefits, and serves as the access point for publicly-funded long term care. These services can be provided at the ADRC, via telephone, or through a home visit, whichever is more convenient to the individual seeking help.
Whether you are someone looking for day services or a provider seeking more information and expertise, you have come to the right place. Please click on the tabs above for more information about our association, member organizations, upcoming events, how to choose a day center or how to become an association member. Thank you for visiting!
Library Experience. Manage library's social media presence on Facebook, reaching an average of users weekly since January Built and maintain a centralized location for employment and skill set resources, highlighting local job applications, information on partner organizations, and resources and programs provided by the library.